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>> have a " " " coming up this morning on abc9 news... the nevada caucuses have come and gone...
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has come out on top for the third state in a row. a recap is up ahead. " plus... iowa lawmakers spar over the second ammendment at the state house. stay tuned for an update on a number of gun related bills " and ... south dakota's governor met with transgender students... see what they and he ... had to say ... these stories and more... on abc9 news this morning. "" lukas: donald trump is waking up a winner and one step closer to the g-o-p nomination in the race for president. trump got a big victory in the nevada caucuses on the same night the democratic contenders hit the stage for a town hall in south carolina. abc' s kenneth moton has the latest. "this morning, donald trump?on a winning streak after another decisive victory?this time nevada. donald trump we love nevada, we love nevada love for trump but that anger at washington and a strong desire for an
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gop frontrunner an easy victory over his rivals. trump of course if you listen to the pundits we weren't expected to win too much and now we're winning, winning the country. it's a fight for second between republican establishment favorite marco rubio and iowa caucus winner ted ted cruz the only campaign that can beat donald trump is this campaign. ben carson and john kasich were at the bottom of the pack. they've vowed to march on to super tuesday... the democrats are also focused on tuesday but first south carolina. hillary clinton "why is there one standard for me and not for everybody else?" hillary clinton fired up during a cnn town hall after a federal judge ruled the former secretary of state's top aides should testify over her use of private email. but ahead of the democratic primary in the palmetto state, the focus was on african- americans who make up half of the electorate. bernie sanders we must sustain and strengthen the
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universities sot clinton racism along with economic issues, educational issues, and all the rest, have to be addressed. clinton has campaign events in south carolina today, sanders is in missouri. the republicans are taking part in a voter summit hosted by trump's fox news nemesis megyn kelly?trump declined the invite citing a scheduling conflict. kenneth moton, abc news washington. lukas: president obama has sent congress a plan close the prison at guantanamo bay speaking at the white house... the president outlined his plan to close the detention facility in cuba. he wants to transfer more detainees to foreign countries and work with congress to find a spot in the u-s to hold other detainees. president obama said his goal to close the prison "is about closing a chapter" in the country's history. keeping this facility open is contrary to our values. it undermines our standing in the world. it is viewed as a stain on our broader record of upholding the highest standards of rule of law
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detainees ...down nearly 700 under george. w. bush. closing that holding suspected extremists indefinitely is un- american and that the existence of the facility is a recruitment tool for terrorists. senate majority leader mitch republicans want the prison to stay open. committee chairs in the house and senate say they will hold hearings othe president's plan. lukas: how young is too young ... to fire a gun? that was one of the questions before iowa lawmakers... all concerning aspects of the second ammendment. reporter sabrina ahmed has more on gun bills in the statehouse " " it's 2nd amendment day at the statehouse so the ifc is here to lobby for 5 bills on the house floor. one regarding suppressors, one regarding access to firearms to state of emergency, one dealing atvs, another deals with confidentiality, 5th
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involves kids 14 and under able to use guns, created large and long debate on house floor logically- does it make sense for a 1 year old to hold and shoot a handgun yes or no? even people who are experienced with rearms harem themseves accidentally, so the thought that a 1-5 year old even under supervision should be firing a handgun is ludicrous. this is the best bill expanding 2nd amendment rights, puts rights back in hahas of parents. any criticism-- parents rights, that's all very well and good if fvery parent is beaver cleaver- the perfect parent." lukas: sioux city state senator rick statehouse so the ifc is here to lobby for 5 bills on the house floor. one regarding suppressors, one regarding access to firearms to state of emergency, one dealing atvs, another deals with confidentiality, 5th and most contentious involves kids 14 and under able to use guns, created large and long debate on
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make sense for a 1 year old to hold and shoot a handgun yes or no? even people who are experienced with firearms harem themseves accidentally, so the thought that a 1-5 year old even under supervision should be firing a handgun is ludicrous. this is the best bill expanding 2nd amendment rights, puts rights back in hands of parents. any criticism-- parents rights, that's all very well and good if every parent is beaver cleaver- the perfect parent." lukas: sioux city state senator rick bertrand is leading a charge to provide iowans suffering from terminal illness the opportunity to help medical research. a bill known as the "right to try bill" would rmit the use of medicines not granted approval by the fda on terminal patients... as long as they provide written informed consent bertrand says he applauds the support it's received from the legislation... and hopes the bill will help provide
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treatments for future patients. the bill now goes to the iowa house. lukas: the federal government has approved an april first rollout date for iowa's privatized medicaid plan. the date announced by the iowa governor's office to implement the medicaid modernization plan statewide will be on april first. the proposed plan would change iowa's medicaied to a managed care sysyem following suit to 39 other states. the change has seen stiff opposition in the state capitol ... with senate democrats looking to pass a measure that would interfere with the medicaid changes. governor terry branstad has already promised a veto if the bill passes. lukas in south dakota's legislature, a bill aiming to distinguish which bathrooms transgendered students in public schools should us... has made it's way through the house and is on its way to the governor's desk. however, governor dennis daugaard said he had never met a transgender person... so a group of transgenders and their supporters went to the capitol ...to put a face to their cause. " on what some are calling trans kids visibility day, they
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the steps of the state capitol to make their presence known friends and family from all across south dakota came to the state capitol to rally together and give their support for transgender people in the state. one bill which states a transgender student should use the bathroom of their biologic sex and not the sex that they identify with -- has already made it's way to the governor's office. it's why many are making themselves visible to show the face of transgender south dakotans and that there arere people who stand beside them. after this meeting, transgender south dakotans are no longer invisible to the governor or state leaders. in pierre, mark roper kendra heathscott says the meeting went well. quote - "he was warm and personable, and wanted to be inclusive to hearing all of our stories. we are grateful l at he accepted our invitation and we asked him to veto hb 10-08." governor ugaard says the meetin"put a human face" on the bill. but he will still have to weigh both sides of the issue before deciding
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" when we come back... march is n nional colon cancer awareness month... and after the break... i'll tell you how a routine colononoopy can save your life. stay with h . scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... lukas voss...
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the 30s. wind speeds are near 10 miles per hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern siouxland and
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disappear from the west. a large storm is moving from the south to the midwest as threats change from severe weather to heavy snow to our east. locally, we'll have a pretty quiet wednesday with periods of sunshine and some rain/snow mix occuring this evening. tomorrow, we'll have partly cloudy skies and breezy winds gusting near 35 miles per hour. then on friday high pressure will build in and that sets us up for a warming trend this weekend! here's your extended forecast where we'll make it to the
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before temperatures sink back down to normal next week. lukas scott: lukas: iowa has some of hour from the north. clouds are sticking in stern siouxland and starting to disappear from the west. a large storm is moving from the south to the midwest as threats change from severe weather to heavy snow to our east. locally, we'll have a pretty quiet
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periods of sunshine and some rain/snow mix occuring this evening. tomorrow, we'll have partly cloudy skies and breezy winds gusting near 35 miles iowa has some of the highest rates of colon cancer in the nation... and those numbers spike in northwest iowa. doctors say they aren't surwhy..... but they do know that getting screened with a significantly reduces the risk often fatal and with that in mind... seaman recently agreed to get his first colonoscopy... and our cameras were allowed to be in the room during the procedure. dr. jeff michalak wants everyone to know why getting a colonoscopy is important for those over 50. " no one who put it off and had a probloem says oh yea im glad i did. everyone says i should have done it sooner. and now we know that starting atthe age of 50 when we start having trhe
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colonoscopy is the way to do it because we have prooved it in studies, and two everyone that has it done says just like you, i should have had it done sooner," said dr. jeff michalak. we will have much more on tim'u colonoscopy... coming up later on in the show. lukas: and now to the latest on the spread of the zika virus in the united states. the centers for disease control saying they are investigating 14 new reports of the virus in the country, suggesting these new cases were transmitted sexually. zika's been confirmed in 23 u-s states including here in iowa. lukas: and as a response to the zika virus, lifeserve blood center is springing to action to protect their blood supply. the center has announced precautionary measures to ensure the safety of the local blood supply by requiring donors who have been to zika affected areas in south america to wait at least 28 days before donating blood. "our normal screening questions would rule out anyone who did happen to have zika.
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donors to be healthy and so if someone came in and did have symptoms, we would catch those, they wouldn't be able to donate. if your or someone you know is interested in donating blood, you can schedule an appointment on their website or call the number on your screen.. " lukas: coming up.... millions of selfies are taken every day... and now... they might be able to protect you from fraud. i'll tell you how... up next.
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larry sloan and his construction crew were renovating an old movie theater when they came upon a wallet. based on a pocket calendar found inside it, sloan determined the wallet had been buried in the movie house floorboards since 19-44. the builder is a former investigator, and actually tracked down its owner, clare mcintosh ... living near des moines. now 85, mcintosh was reunited with the wallet on monday. he says he remembers losing it at the theater when he was a
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"(clare mcintosh/reunited with wallet)t) "i thought at first it might be some sort of a joke and i thought i couldn't be." the wallet also contained a boy scout card, world war two- era ration stamps and an i-d. it's believed a theater employee found the wallet ... but took the money out before lodging it in the floorboards. lukas: selfies are part of every day life. we even take them the studio. bubunow mastercard wants to use selfies to help prevent fraud. reporter mary moloney has the details. "forget a password. mastercard is launching new technology so you can use selfies to approve online purchases. the company says selfies and fingerprint scans are safer than typed passwords. especially since many of f r passwords are easy for scammers to guess. if you want to use yo to pay -- download the mastercard identity check app. it has you take a seie each time you buy something online. your face or fingerprint will be scanned to prove it's you spending the money -- and not a
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able to use the same picture over and over. mastercard makes you blink -- to show that you are taking that pic as s u shop. ththfingerprint scan is a little easier. . especially if you have a new iphone with the technology already built in. but it's not just mastercard that's looking for new ways to prevent fraud. if you have an hsbc account -- you will soon be able to use your fingerprint and voice to access money. and mastercard is researching ways to use your heartbeat and scans of your eyes to authenticate purchases. this could be the future of protecting o oine shoppers f fm fraud. for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. lukas: scott: lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. scott:good morning lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. lukas and scott are chatting about
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lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. scott:good morning siouxland. lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. lukas and scott are chatting about paying with a selfie. hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern siouxland and starting to disappear from the west. we'll reach an afternoon high of 40 with a light mix during the evening. scott: here's a quick chekc outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern
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disappear from the west. we'll reach an afternoon high of 40 with a light mix during the evening. scott: here's a quick chekc outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam'm' here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... " " lukas: thanks scott. after the break... i'll update you on a number of criminal cases in the state... including when jonathan neunaber returns to court. details are coming
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about the stabbing in n the weekend officals arrested in connection night stabbing. he is charged with second degree murder, alleging intentionally caused the death of his wife, quintero ... he was arrested monday at the university of nebraska medical center in omaha where he was undergoing medical treatment. his bond is set at 2-million dollars cash. lukas: a plea hearing is scheduled in plymouth county court for a 20-14 homicide case... 45-year-old johnathan newneighbor is scheduled to appear in court monday. initially the court was set to rule on a motion to suppress by the defense. but now judge steven andreasen has changed proceedings to a plea hearing. he found stand trial in the death of his 80- year-old mother ther neunaber.
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long awaited fazzino trial wrapped up yesterday. alexander fazzino is charged with his wife's death in boone back in 2012. he's accused of drowning emily fazzino in the family's bath tub while their children were home. the trial has been delayed five times since then. reporter claire powell has a recap of the first day in the courtroom. " the first day of the alexander fazzino trial here in winneshiek county was an emotional one. with jury selection wrapping up, it took no time at all for witnesses to take the stand and started off the day with a chilling 911 call" "please help oh god, shes dead. shes dead. shes purple? ok" after brief opening statements by prosecution and defense, the first witness was called - the 911 dispatcher. "oh god shes dead, do you want to try cpr yes!" bringing emily fazzino's family, alexander fazzinos family... and even alex fazzino himself to tears. evidence continued- showing paramedics arriving- body cameras rolling on a
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she was trying to get clean from addiction " how long shes been in here? i dont know she was taking a bath" "made some comment, emily has potentially abused prescription drugs why i went into the bathroom to look for pills" the next two witnesses, boone polic officers-- who noted to prosecutors the dead end search for more of emilys pills and fazzino's calm then frantic changing behavio "she couldve taken witnesses. the judge said@the trial could take two even three weeks to finish. " lukas: coming up.... i'll show you how one sioux city family is honoring the loss of their child... with a special gift ... their story is up next. scott: "
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neal welding company skycam hd d and the storm lake skycam hd. temperatures are in the 30s. wind speeds are near 10 miles per hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern siouxland and starting to disappear from the west. a large storm is moving from the south to the midwest as threats change from severe weather to heavy snow to our east. locally, we'll have a pretty quiet wednesday with periods of sunshine and some rain/snow mix occuring this evening. tomorrow, we'll have partly cloudy skies and breezy winds gusting near 35 miles per hour. then on
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will build in and that warming trend this your extended we'll make it to the before temperatures sink back down toward normal next week. lukas scott: there's really no company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. temperatures are in the 30s. wind speeds are near 1miles per hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern siouxland and starting to disappear from the west. a large storm is moving from the south to the midwest as threats change frorosevere weather r heavy snow to our east. locally, we'll have a pretty quiet
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periods of sunshine and some rain/snow mix occuring this evening. tomorrow, we'll have partly cloudy skies and breezy winds gusting near 35 miles per hour. then on friday high pressure will build in ananthat sets us upupor a rming trend this weekend! here's your extended forecasthere we'll maket to the 60s on saturday before temperatures sink back down toward normal next week. lukas scott: mpany skycam hd and the storm lakeskycam hd. temperatures are in the 30s. wind speedsare near 10 miles per hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern siouxland and starting to disappear from the west. a large storm is moving from the
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change from severe weather to heavy snowowo our east. locally, we'll have a pretty qet wednesday with periods of sunshine and some rain/snow mix occuring this evening. tomorrow, we'll have partly cloudy skies and breezy winds gusting near 35 miles per hour. then on friday high pressure will build in and that sets us up for a warming trend this weekend!d!ere's your extended forecast wherewe'll make it to the 60s on saturday before there's really no way to ease the pain of losing a child. but one siouxland family is trying to help make that worst day a bit easier ... by giving the gift of time. abc9 news reporter elisa raffa has their story. "in a perfect world, this thing would sit unused at the hospital forever" says jeremy cotter, donated cuddle cot to unity p pnt health st. luke's. jeremy and lisa cotter had the
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tuesday. lisa gave birth to two beautiful twin girls, but one was stillborn. on what would have been elizabeth's first birthday, the cotters are using the anniversary of their loss as a day to honor their daughter. and bring solace to other parents finding themselves in a similar position. "we're doing it in honor of elizabeth. we're celebrating her birthday. this is her birthday present to the hospital, other families...and it feels good to do that" says jeremy cotter, donated cuddle cot to unity point health st. luke's. alongside a generous donation of two thousand seven hundred dollars to nicu, the cotter's donated a cuddle cot to unity point health st, luke's. a cuddle cot gives parents extra time with their stillborn baby by preserving the body for a little longer and allowsarents to be comfortable in a hospital room instead of a morgue. "a cuddle cot's main task, i guess, is to preserve time. it's actually a cooling unit that lies in e basinett, and then the infant is placed on top of the cooling blanket and it maintains a body temperature that is much lower than normal" says suzie gosph, labor delivery nurse at unity point health st. luke's. without a cuddle cot, parents must go back and forth to
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that much harder. "nobody wants to go through what we went through" says lisa cotter, donated cuddle cot to unity point health st. luke's. "it's sosothing that, to use an old phrase, i would not wish on my worst ene any day. it's an awful experience" says jeremy cotter, donated cuddle cot to unity point health st. luke's. "it's just a very difficult process. so, this is going to help so much and as a labor delivery nurse, being the one that is in the room delivering the baby, i can't thank the cotter's enough. it will make my job a little easier, if there's such a thing" says suzie gosph, labor delivery nurse at unity point health st. luke's. nues at unity point health st. luke's say it is an honor that the cotter's thought their care was good enough to deserve such a needed gift. "elizabeth will definitely be remembered each and every time that we have to use it" says suzie gosph, but the technology is quickly gaining traction .... there are two cots in sioux city ... mercy medical has one as well lukas: it's been about a dozen days since the launchpad
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opened its doors. the launchpad has welcomed 5 thousand 6 hundred visitors since it has opened. that's double then what they had anticipated. on average at least 200 people visit each day. with weekends more than tripling that number. they've seen anywhere from six hundred to a thousand on weekends. "we've hadadhe highest numbers of ople coming in over the weekends.s. last sunday we h h about 600 people over a 4 hour period, so that was a goodod problem to have! we're happy that we're getting a lot of people in and it's going really well!" sa valerie petersen, outreach director for launchpad. museum reps say despite high attendance there's been plenty of room for kids to learn and play with each of the exhibits. lukas: get ready for sioux city's next big idea. ththsioux city growth organization held its sixth annual innovation market last night. 40 ideas from siouxland entreprenuers were submitted at the event inside the ho-chunk center. entreprenuers got just one
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with participants voting for the best idea in the room. the innovation market is something organizers say brings people together, and cultivates positive acton in the community. "it's great to have an organization that can help small businesses start up. that's the toughest part of a business starting up is the beginning phasesfrom month one to month twelve and so on. the more help the business has in the beginning process the better." says innovation contestant erik martin. five finalists will get to pitch their ideas in hopes of getting grant money for their businesses. here's a look at those top five. e grand prize is five-thousand dollars. lukas: the orange city fire department takes great pride in helping their community... and now they're looking for help themselves the department asking citizens to vote in favor of a bond issue coming up in march that would grant them money needed to help purchase upgrades to equipment and to expand from their current five stations. space is becoming more of an issue, hindering the department's ability to properly care for
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"we wanna be able to launder our gear properly, we wnat to be able to come back and decontaminate the gear and get everything back the way it should. we don't want our firefighters going home with contaminates and taking it home to their kids, their family our anything else." says fire chief denny vander wel. a vote to help fund the fire department will be held on march first... with the city looking to pass a bond issue of 2- point 7 million of e 3 and a half million dollars needed for the upgrades. if the vote passes... the project is expected to be complete by november of 2017 lukas: an amazing rescue story out of des moines tonight. a truck driver who had a heart attack while driving on highway five sunday... is alive against some pretty long odds. but his heroes say... it was just good reporter nikki davidson explains. nce the 90's paramedic jason kling has started his work day off with uncertainity... never knowing that his shift would bring "couldn't imagine doing anything else
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partner, emt kayla schark is repetitve... like their typical trip back to the indianola fire department from the hospital in des moines... nikki: the ambulance did something unusal on sunday.... they took a turn on a different road. (nat) i took a right out o o the hospital, , k why but i just did. they ended up on highway five... we never go that way its a ttle out of the way. maybe you want to call it fate, mabye divine intervention. when passing sw9th street.... they came across something huge. it appeared this accident just happened... a semi trailer... pulled off the road, into the mud and the median inside the vehicle... 57 year old jeff rohnek. . bystanders who g g there first re able to get him out of the truck... and realized he needed cpr. kling says... it was jeffs heart. he had an irregular rythum. not conducive with life. the patient had no pulse...not breathing. but the paramedic and emt had something on their side they don't
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fire and ems are never there that quickly. for us to get there that earlylythat soon, its the only thing that saved him. it took six electrical shocks before he regained consciencous. and the eventual outcome was something even jason kling can't beleive. by the time we got to the hospital, he was sitting up, telling us who he was. hes a lucky guy, a lucky guy. he says he's never seen anything like it... but he hopes to again someday. its a special story, but we could do it again tomorrow the interview.... but has released a statement from the hospital about his rescue. in part he said quote "i knew i was gone and these guys brought me back. they didn't have to stop but they did. if they hadn't i wouldn't be here." and "i'm alive because they stopped, and then they didn't stop trying until they could get my heart going again." the indianola fire department say that rescue wawa so successful l thanks to those
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also jumped into action. they say this is an example of why everyone should be trained on c-p-r and first aid. lukas: the norfolk family coalition has received a 300 thousand dollar grant. susan risinger tells us why. "a norfolk physician has filed for congress, and another is seeking a position on the norfolk airport authority. dr. daniel wik has filed as a dedecrat for the first diststct congressional seat, while dr. ed raines has filed for a six- year term on the norfolk airport authority. and gary jackson has filed for the third ward seat on the norfolk city council. march 1st is the last day for candidates to file for election. the nebraska children and families foundation has awarded a two-year, $300,000 grant to the norfolk family coalition to provide seices to disconnected youth. the goal of the grant is to help youth ages 14-24 to become self-reliant, contributing adults. and the lower elkhorn natural resources district board of directors will interview four candidates for an open position on the board tomorrow night. the candidate selected will replace cory beller,
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the district he was elected to represent. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix. " lukas: coming up in sports...the west girls were one win away from school history. find out if the wolverines could pull a road upset and advance to state when we come back. scott: stay tuned for
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west was trying to earn a spot last night. here's chris with the highlights. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. this year's been a special one for the west girls, as they've tied their school record for wins. if they could break that mark last night
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their first ever trip to state. it wouldn't be easy though on the road at number three west gets off to a though...amanda gors...in the corner, eventually she feeds finishes for the early. and they add to it...gors on the inbounds to rachel knutson kobold...she body for the pair. but tasha vipond and too much to handle on their h he court tonighgh..west falls 66-42. 2a district final...sioux center and rock valley. late in the t& first...matt van engen...gets the board and the putback...sioux center goes up one and he's all fired up. then marcus winterfeld...driving strong to the rack...he gets it to go off glass for the pair and we're all knotted up in the second. but rock valley gets going...great high low game between jason taylor and myles van maanen for and they go up 20-16. then the kickout t t the corner...brady post...knocks down the three pointer to open up an 8 point lead. but the warriors end the half on a 5-0 run...van engen with the 3 point play here...they rally in the second and win it
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semifinals...remsen st. mary's taking on fourth ranked boyden-hull. opening quarter...keaton bohnenkamp with the pump fake.....hoop and the hack! hawks strike first on the e scsceboard... thenens jacob wesselman with the corner triple.....remsen saint mary's started the game on a 7-0 run..... but the comets bounced right back...kyle bakker with the sweet footwork in the paint....boyden-hull gets on the board.... and shane solberg knows how to tightrope the sideline......he finds a seam for theheeuce and the comets advance to thedistrict final with the 65-50 win. and in the bottom half of the bracket, hms squaring off with central lyon. early third quarter...brian perez collects the deflected pass.....and finishes through contact! hawks cut the lead to eight..... c.j. roths settles
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bangs home the ththe from the point....central lyon up 46-36...... a few minutes later....its perez again on a hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern siouxland and starting to disappear from the west. we'll reach an afternoon high of 40 with a light mix during the evening. lukas: and coming up... hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern siouxland and starting to disappear from the west. we'll reach an afternoon high of 40 with a light mix during the evening. hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern siouxland d starting to disappear from the west. we'll reach an hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern nenefigures... including a stay at me hipster dad! reena ninan and kendis gibson have
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hey, ere. good morning. topping "america's money" -- good news about housing. december. that's t fastest pace in a year and half. >> supply is so lo audi ts ththe consumer reports annual rankings of the best phew cars. followed by subaru, lexus. >> the top ranking domestic brand is buick. they consider pererformance and reliability. some notable new f figures in lego's new city set. mom is holding a bottle but dresed foror thehe ofofce. a bearded dad is pushing a stroller th on the right, a boy in a wheelchair. lego calls it an attempt to stay
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>> hava great day.birthday! here on abc9 news this morning we will be showing your baby's picture right here on our newscast.... all you have to do is send in a photo of your kiddo's first birthday.... you cacaemail that picture e first-birthday-at- k-c-a-u-t-v-dot- com..... please be sure to include your child's first and last name along with a guide on how to pronounce their name.... along with their date of birth .... and we will air their picture right here during our morning show every monday. lukas: what's it like for a doctor who normally delivers baby humans to deliver a baby gorilla instead? reporter jeanne moos has the story. "it was a c-section that had even the main doctor going ape in that low key british way.... ( dr. david cahill) "the most unusual and special and exciting delivery i've ever
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the staff at bristol zoo knew the mother wasn't feeling right and then the fetus grew unresponsive. that's when zoo staff called in gynecologist dr. david cahill who's delivered lots of human babies. (dr. david cahill) "over a thousand. i don't keep count." (jeanne moos) "uh huh and hohoabout gorillas?" (dr. david cahill) ahhh one ha ha they decided to do an emergency caesarian. (dr. david cahill) "this was just like any other mother but she had very thick skin and felt very different to the touch." things got tense when the two pound 10 ounce newborn came out not breathing. bristol zoo's vet did cpr blowing air into her lungs as someone else did chest compressions. it worked. there haveveeen other rare gorilla c-seions, for instance, two years ago in san diego...a four-point-six-pound baby famous for her blue knit hat. so far the as yet unnamed bristol zoo infant is being hand raised by staff. she's brought within sight and smell of her mom, but the mother
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care of her. as for the doctor turned gorilla deliverer....we wondered what did he tell his wife? (dr. david cahill) "what did i tell you when i got home? all in a day's work l in a day's wo was the comment." the patient is doing very well. while the doctor is getting teased by colleagues for the hairy special delivery. (nats)ok famous person have your dinner. thank you, darling. bon appetit! jeanne moos, cnn, new york. lukas scott: lukas and scsct are chatting about this gorilla. lukas and scott are chatting about this lukas and scott are gorilla. chatting about this gorilla. have a pretty quiet gorilla. lukas and scott are chatting about this gorilla.
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chatting about this gorilla. mix occuring this evening. tomorrow, we'll have partly cloudy skies and breezy winds gusting near 35 miles per hour. then on friday high pressure will build in and that sets us up for a warming trend this weekend! here's your extended forecast where we'll make it to the 60s on saturday beforere temperatures sinin normal next week. lukas scott: adlib lukas: mix occuring this evening. tomorrow, we'll have partly guststg near 35 miles per hourthen on friday high pressure will build in and that sets us up for a warming trend this
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your extended forecast where we'll make it to the 60s on saturday before temperatures sink back down toward normal next week. lukas scott: adlib mix occuring this evening. tomorrow, we'll have partly cloudy skies and breezy winds gusting near 35 miles " coming up in our six o'clock hour... we'll continue our countdown the oscars... and have the mysterioio story of thosese briefcases carrying the winning ballots .. stay tuned for full coverage of hollywood's big night. dad: i know. spots. culligan man: the problem is your water!
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temperatures are in the 30s. wind speeds are near 10 miles per hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern siouxland and starting to disappear from the west. we'll reach h afafrnoon high of 40 with a light mix during the evening. hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern siouxland and starting to disappear from the west. we'll reach an afternoon high of 40 with a light mix during the evening. hour from the north. cloudare sticking ieastern siouxland and starting to disappear from the west. we'll reach an afternoon high of 40 with a light mix during the evening. hour from the north. clouds are sticking in eastern

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